Lawmakers will join former NSA national threat operations director Sherri Ramsay in the election security-focused corner of the cybersecurity conference.
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Zev Dickstein Shapiro, a 17-year-old social entrepreneur from Cambridge, Massachusetts, is revolutionizing the social media game.
Utah County pilots mobile voting application based on blockchain to allow military absentee voters and their overseas voters to vote.
A report published Thursday on election security says states need more federal money to safeguard elections from outside threats.
As interest in cybersecurity swells among election officials, a small group of states has begun experimenting with a virtualized network-intrusion system.
Hackers have infiltrate related to U.S. elections more than 700 times in the past year, Microsoft Corp sees potential meddling in upcoming races.
The Senate passed legislation on Wednesday night that would make it a federal crime to hack into any voting systems used in a federal election.
We are demonstrating the first voting system running Microsoft Election Guard as an example of how Election Guard can enable a new era of secure.
Human-rights declarations and various legal instruments state that elections must be conducted by secret ballot, but silent about precisely what that means.
The state was taking a step to keep elections from being hacked in 2020. Its top election official told counties they had to update their systems.